Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2005 21:46:21 +0100
From: Colin Stamp <>
Subject: Re: Using CD-ROMs in a 95's CD Stacker

On Sat, 30 Jul 2005 20:02:23 GMT, Saab Guy <> wrote: >Al, > >Nope, my old Sony CD player played a few CD-Roms before, when you see 2 tracks at 84 minutes long, you know it's reading "something", but not audio. > >SaabGuy If the disc isn't encoded as audio, a modern player will just refuse to play it, spit it out, call it "bad" or whatever. Older players might get confused like your Sony. The worst that can happen is that they end-up playing the disc as though it was audio. That's bad for the ears, but not really bad for the player unless the volume is set really high - then watch out for the tweeters. The assumption here though, is that we're talking about discs that ARE encoded as audio. Why would anyone want to keep non-playable discs in their player for longer than it takes to realize they're non-playable? Cheers, Colin.

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